The State of Mouth Cancer UK Report 2019/20 is the UK’s only comprehensive review into mouth cancer. Nick Allday, the principal dentist at Manor Dental Health in Hull would like to help raise awareness of its findings in this blog. The report looks at the very latest statistics for the disease, including new incidence figures,… Continue reading »
This year in the UK, around 8,300 people will be given the life-changing news that they have mouth cancer, explains Hull dentist Nik Allday from Manor Dental Health on Willerby Road. These numbers continue to rise while the disease claims more lives than cervical and testicular cancer combined. Beating mouth cancer is dependent on diagnosing… Continue reading »
More than a quarter of British adults (28%) are turning to sugar when put under stress at work, reveals Nick Allday, the dentist at Manor Dental Health in Willerby Road, Hull. Just over 2,000 people were questioned by the Oral Health Foundation during National Smile Month about their food choices when feeling stressed and bingeing… Continue reading »
Missing a tooth can mean so much more than simply a gap in your smile. Your neighbouring teeth, gums, and even jaw bone could come under a lot of stress. Here at Manor Dental in Hull, we strongly advise on dental implants if you are missing one or more teeth, because otherwise you may notice… Continue reading »
Three hours of computer use each day is enough to put teenagers at risk of poor oral health says a new study revealed by the Hull dentist at Manor Dental Health. An examination of more than 1,500 18-year-olds showed those who spend more time on computers (e.g., for internet and computer games) are significantly more… Continue reading »
Both being very popular in regard to filling the gaps in your teeth, with one being more permanent than the other, you’re probably wondering what the differences are between dental implants and dentures and which is best suited to you? Here at Manor Dental Health, we provide the option for either treatment or hope to… Continue reading »
Gum disease affects 90% of us at some time in our lives and the prime cause of it is poor oral hygiene. It’s painful and can lead to serious health problems, but it’s also very easy to avoid. The way to do that is to visit your dental hygienist here in Hull regularly.